Immigrant smugglers are increasingly using Utah's winding back roads rather than more heavily patrolled routes.
Officials say that is making already dangerous journeys more hazardous and putting people farther from emergency help.
Utah Highway Patrol Sergeant Rick Eldredge stopped several carloads of immigrants just one day after this week's fatal rollover that killed eight of 14 people crammed into a Chevy Suburban.
But this time he wasn't on U-S Highway 191 where Monday's crash occured. He was on State Road 261. It's a winding two lane road that has a long unpaved stretch.
Eldredge says because traffic is so sparse on the road no one would come along quickly to report it if there were a crash.
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